Double type; very large; midseason. Pale rose-pink guard-petals, large, cupped, smooth, relaxing with age; collar full and wide, with many well-shaped narrow petals of creamy white; develops a star-like and flat crown, with many petals graduated to a wheel-like center, a little paler than the guard petals, shading to creamy white; fragrance poor. Medium height; strong growth; free-blooming. Foliage good but not heavy. A rather coarse variety of excellent substance, forming a tall, cylindrical flower. “Pleasant fragrance.”—Thurlow.
Mrs. M.P. Clough